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January 20, 1955

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1988 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACT Senator Claims U.S. Changing Policy Toward Red China WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Mansfield (D-Monl) said loday it appears the United States "is changing its policy" toward Communist China Sen. Knowland (R-Calif) said he is not ready to say -a shift is in the making. Mansfield, avoiding an; expression of approval or disapproval of what he called "an apparent degree of further recognition of the Red Communist regime," said an interview: "We seem to be shifting in part the responsibility over the Formosa situation to the United Nations. Up to now we have been the sole arbiters." Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton (11:31 nMttli.ii 3464 3464 Mnr . May July Oct . Dec . 3485 3512 3499 3503 3406 3514 3499 3504 3453 3484 3504 3483 3490 3486 3506 3485 3493 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3460 3460 3464 May 3493 3493 3484 July 3513 3513 3506 Oct 3497 3497 3485 Dec 3501 3501 3491 Both Mansfield and Knowland serve on the Foreign Relations Committee. Knowland, the OOP leader, has disagreed with some aspects of administration policy in Qiicugo Soybeans Jan Men May July 280 2W B 275? i 272 2725'a 269", 270U 273% 271 280=4 275 272 269',:. Chicago Corn Mch .. 154 3 i, 154", May ... 1561, 157!;, Chicago Wheat Mch ... 230',, 230',i May ... 2!6 3 « 227 154' B 156'i 157 New York Stocks STOCK A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Stude-Pnk Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel the Far East. Noting that President Eisenhower said yesterday he would like to see United Nations efforts to gain a cease-fire in the strife-ridden 3454 Formosa Straits, Mansfield said: 3486 "This means a greater recogni- 3506 lion for the U.N. in this,particular 3^871 aspect. At the same time, it indicates in my opinion a degree of further recognition of Communist China by our government." Won't Bind Hands Ambassador T, F. Tsiang. Nationalist China's chief delegate to the U.N., said in a New York speech last night the Chiang Kai- shek government on Formosa "will never bind its hands by U.N. resolution or any other method." Chiang's foreign minister, George K. C. Yeh, left a conference with Secretary of State Dulles to announce he was catching the first plane for Formosa —- 230'/t " W here I belong." He added, how- 2261-2 ever, that the trip had been arranged 10 days ago. Knowland declined direct comment on Eisenhower's remarks about a cease-fire. Nor would he 174 3 i discuss separate conferences he GG 1 * held yesterday with the President and with Dulles. In response to a 105'-j reporter's question, however, he 6f j e said he is not prepared to say any 118 major change in policy toward Chi- 481 « na is in the making. 95 In a speech last night lo the *"-•* Chamber of Commerce in nearby Alexandria, Va., he repeated a •JJ ? favorite theme: "Each appense- ?!i. 4 ment will only lead to greater demands and greater pressures. . ." 50 T( 13-, 107',, 851! 75=»j 69*, Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. 1.4*'— i USDAt—Hogs 11,000; lower; bulk choice 170-210 Ib 17.50-18.00, some 18.10; choice No. I and 2, largely choice No. 1 around 200 Ib 18.25; 220-240 Ib 17.00-75; 240-270 Ib 16.00-17.00 ; 270-315 Ib 15.50-18.00; 130-160 Ib 16.00-17.75; sows 400 Ib down 15.0-50; heavier sows 13.251475, few 13.0; boars 10.00-13.00. Cattle 2,000. calves 700; very little done on steers or butcher yearlings; cows fully steady; utility and commercial 10.00-12.00. a few 12.25-50; canners and cutters 7.5010.00; bulls utility and commercial 12.50-14.00; canners and cutters 0.00-12.00; good and choice veal- ers 24.00-31.00; few prime to 33.00; commercial and good 17.00-23.00: commercial and good slaughter calves 16.00-20.00; good and utility vealers and calves 8.00-13.00. IKE (Continued from Page 1) tighten credit terms and increase down payments on federally underwritten mortgages when inflation threatens, and relax the terms when real estate activity slacks off. Authorize 36,000 public housing units in each of th« next two years, and increase the mortgage-insuring authority of the Federnl Housing Administration. Sharpen the teeth of th« Sherman antitrust law by raising "substantially" the maximum fines. Extend the program of small business loans which expires June 30, and increase the lending authority. Let the government put 25 billion dollars, largely raised by bond issues of a proposed independent authority, into a 10-year, 100-billion-dollar highway . construction program in partnership with the states. Increase the ceiling on the national debt. The limit now is temporarily at 261 billion dollars and U being crowded; on June 30 it reverts to 275 billion. Provide additional funds lo finance city and state planning of public works, and for operating n new "office of coordinator of public works" In the White House. Expand the Commerce Department's program for helping depressed areas and ailing industries. Although he gives up all active military assignment, n five-star general never retires. BEST SHOE REPAIR IN TOWN HALTER'S QUALITY SHOE SHOP 1*1 W. Main Mi. *-»T« Navy PBY Feared Down in Pacific HONOLULU tfi— The Hawaiian Sea Frontier reported last night a Navy PBY was presumed down at sea somewhere between Johnston and Kwsijalcin Islands in the central Pacific after radioing an SOS. The plane normally carries up to seven men, but a Navy spokesman said it was not reported how ninny were on the missing craft. Planes were being readied to sweep the area and two vessels were diverted to search. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Cartoon "Mouse Divided" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature • Bullet for Bullet! : IONN PAYNE " • UZABETH SCOTT : DAK DUmA : SILVER o LEGEND -——ORIGINAL TRUNK LINE IXmiMENT- OCT 6 1951 __-FLORIDA TRUNK LIHI EXfEHIMlNT— —— WEST COAST 6 TfHlNij? S LIN£ FIHHT — The Post Office Department's current expert- m - nras man^bylir has the railroads in" a dither. Five wester, roads are spearheading a rail industry court fight against airlines "mvasion 1 o! the.r rail revenues. Map above shows how the original 1953 links between New York. Chicago and Washington have been expanded to cover most of the country. In addition lo the railroads' attack on the Post_Office xpei the program is actually losing S100.000 a year. CHINESE FAUBUS West Memphis Veterinarian Fined $1,250 MARION, Ark., Jan. 19 <# — A veterinarian. Dr. H. B. Solar, 34, was fined 51,250 today for illegally .selling and handling Benzadrine, a powerful stimulant. Circuit Judge H. G. Partlow of Blyi.heville suspended half of the fines and also suspended year jail sentence. (Continued Irom Page 1) section, and substitute for it a clause saying everyone would start on even terms under the bill. The Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation formally opposed the bill. The bureau sent letters lo all legislators saying it "would control the use of water to the exclusion of many small farmers." House Heard Discussion Earlier the House heard the bill discussed by Barrett and Smith. The House defeated a bill to regulate public purchasing by county judges and passed a bill lo repeal the 1953 relative responsibility law, the latter one of several welfare measures passed two years ago with the blessing ol former Gov. Francis Cherry. The .purchasing bill would have required county judges to receive bids on any equipment or supplies cosim" more than S25. . On purchase of $25 to ,$200 bids would be invited informally: above 51:00 bids would be advertised. The bill was voted down 63-18 after opponents (.'barged it would than county purposes. A violation increase "red * tape" and was I would be punishable by a fine of aimed at some county judge." 51.000 lo 525,000 and by imprison- Rep- W.H. Thompson of PoinseU. nient of one to 10 years. , the author, -said he introduced the Vote for proposed repeal of the measure at the rcqucr.1 of a group relative responsibility law was 8-13 of taxpayers. He said that county i The repealer now goes lo the Sen- judges presently are subject to no I ate. Rep. Carroll. C.. Hollenswort' restrictions whatsoever in their of Bradley County was author o purchasing. the repealer. Thompson said he would seek to Rep. Bryan J. McCiillen of Clay ring the bill up again for re-1 County, author of another bill to consideration. amend the relative responsibility Thompson introduced a bill to! law, said he did not believe it nake it a felony for a county \AF Plane Crashes; 3 Die \ | EOUCKVILLE, N..Y. )#)—An Air j Force twin-engine B26 bound from ! Turner Air Force Base, Atlanta, | Oa.. to Griffiss Air Force Base at i Rome, N. Y., crashed and exploded '. near here early today. .All three I crewmen aboard were killed. (Continued from, Page 1) and the Defense Ministry said at least 17 Red ships were sunk and five damaged. Most of the ships were small. Nationalist artillery on Quemoy fired 500 shells into Red-held Chla- oyu Island in Amoy harbor. The ministry said many artillery positions were smashed in the heaviest bombardment from Quemoy since September. U. S.-Supplied Jets Used > Press reports here said Amen- j can-supplied jet planes were used in yesterday's attack, which the: Nationalists called retaliatory for' the "indiscriminate" Red bombing • of the Tachen Islands. ( In this Nationalist capital there ; was dismay over the Indications • by President Eisenhower and Secretary of Stale Dulles that the ; United Slates would not object to ; the United Nations seeking a cease- j fire in the Chinese Civil War. ! It was reported that the Nation- J alists quickly expressed their op- ( position to such a plan through j U.S. Ambassador Karl L. Rankin. ! In Hong Kong, Vice Adm. Alfred j M Pride, commander of the U.S. ; 7th Fleet which patrols the For- j mosa Strait, said his ships "stand ; ready and capable of defending Fcnno^a and the Pescadores if' they are attacked." i There was no indication, how- ; ever, that the 7th Fleet would stop; in outside of a direct attack on 1 either of these two, the only Na- j tionalist territory the 7th Fleet is | committed to defend. Bethel Church Dinner Is Set Belhel AME Church will kick off its building fund campaign with n dinner at Harrison High School home economics cottage tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Speakers will be Wendell Phillips and Mayor E. R. Jackosn. Admission will be $1, the pastor, Rev. D. Talbol, announced. a Killed in Crash RIO DE JANIERO, Brazil (#)—A Brazilian air force plane crashed yesterday near Hheus, the Meri- dional News Agency said, killing eight airmen. Yellow fever Reported MEXICO CITY W t — A health official giiys yellow fever has broken out in the south Mexican states of Tabasco, Yucatan and Chiapas and has taken several lives. Japan Given 59 Planes TACHIKAWA, Japan <>Pi — The U. S. Air Force today turned over one | 59 planes, including eight jets, to j the flegling Japanese air force Solar, who operates the West Memphis Animal Clinic, was arrested yesterday after state agents: found more "than 4,000 Benzardine > tablets in the clinic. | The fines were $250 each of three' counts of illegal sales, and S25Q on each charge — filed today — of failure to preserve records of orders and holding misbranded drugs : for sale. : H. L. Austin, director of the Fqod ; and Drug Division of the Arkansas Board of Health, said the arrest; climaxed a two-month investigation by state and federal officials. the U. N air base west of Tokyo. General Goes Wanting NASHVILLE. Tenn. 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